Congratulations to Irene Fotta & Mary Beth Hennigan from Clarks Summit, our June winners, who won a 5 class card from Jaya Yoga Studio, a one year couple membership to The Schemel Forum, a PRO Fitness Club basket including one … Continue reading
Kyle Kasman is in the student-worker spotlight this week. Hailing from Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, Kyle began working in Media Resources/Edlab two years ago while pursuing his doctorate in Physical Therapy. Kyle has an outgoing personality, and he most enjoys connecting with … Continue reading
Donovan Sarango, an Exercise Science major from East Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania, has only been working in Media Resources for a few months, and our single regret is that he didn’t start sooner. His friendliness and enthusiasm are appreciated by our patrons … Continue reading
Nazia Nowshin of Moosic, Pennsylvania began working in Media Resources/EdLab in June of 2014. The Library would like to recognize her dedication and hard work as her graduation approaches. Nazia is resourceful, friendly and has a positive attitude. Since she … Continue reading
Congratulations to Catherine A. Bolton from Lake Ariel who won event and performance tickets courtesy of The Broadway Theatre League of Northeastern Pennsylvania, The Northeastern Pennsylvania Philharmonic, the F.M. Kirby Center for the Performing Arts, The Ballet Theatre of Scranton, the … Continue reading
Congratulations to Jim & Dee Carroll of Beach Lake, our December Leaves of Class winners, who won an iPad from The University of Scranton, Division of Information Resources, a gift basket from Medicus Express Care, a basket of wine and spirits … Continue reading
Like reading? Join the Student Book Club! Contact email@example.com Informational meeting/emails to follow. … Continue reading
Tonight at 6pm the Weinberg Memorial Library will host a reception and exhibit talk in the Library’s fifth floor Heritage Room. The exhibit on display features the work of local artist Don Murray. Comprised mainly of pen and ink drawings, the works on view depict the historic architecture and landmark sites of Scranton and the surrounding northeast Pennsylvania landscape. These works are considered by many to contribute to the preservation of Scranton’s architectural heritage.
This event is free and open to the public. For more information, please contact Special Collections Librarian, Michael Knies. firstname.lastname@example.org, (570) 941-6341. The exhibit will be on display during normal library hours through Friday, December 9, 2016.
Congratulations to Linda Newberry of Scott Township, our September Leaves of Class winner, who won tickets to the Radio City Christmas Spectacular Motor coach tour to New York City courtesy of AAA Travel Agency, and gift cards and/or certificates to: … Continue reading
Now through December 9th, the Library’s fifth floor Heritage Room will feature an exhibit on the work of local artist Don Murray. Comprised mainly of pen and ink drawings, the works on view depict the historic architecture and landmark sites of … Continue reading